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The Wolfe Tones lyrics and guitar chords for Gra Mo Criodh. The chords were worked out by Marc Patrick Fahrbach. The best site by far for The Wolfe Tones songs.
 

GRA MO CRIODH 3/4

 

Last (C)night I had a pleasant dream, though (F)restless (G)where I (D)be

I (G)dreamt again, brave (C)Irishmen, had (D7)set old Ireland (G)free(G7)

And (C)how excited I became, when I (F)heard the (G)cannons (C)roar

Oh (F)Gra mo Criodh, I (C)long to see, old (G)Ireland (G7)free once (C)more.

 

It`s true we`ve had brave Irishmen as everyone will know

O`Neil, O`Donnell, Sarsfield too, Lord Edward and Wolfe Tone

Also Robert Emmett who till death did not give o`er

Oh Gra mo Criodh, I long to see, old Ireland free once more.

 

Now we can't forget those former years, they're wretched in memory still

Of the Fenian men of '98, who fought at Vinegar Hill

With Father Murphy by their side, and the green flag flying o'er

Oh Gra mo Criodh, I long to see, old Ireland free once more.

 

Allan, Larkin and O`Brien died their country to set free

Some day soon brave Irish men will make the English flee

By day and night they`ll always fight `til death they`ll not give o`er

Oh Gra mo Criodh, I long to see, old Ireland free once more.

 

Oh Gra mo Criodh, I long to see, old Ireland free once more.

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